Hi, This has been one of the best informative videos that I have seen, specially taking place in New York City. I do agree that Mc Donald's is
poisoning its customers and thatt's got to stop. I was surprised at the answer that the guy said in the interview regarding 'why do you keep on
eating these meals despite on all the chemicals it contains', he said something like 'well, is that I never was presented with a list of ingredients
for the stuff that I consume here at Mc Donald's, so thats why I have continued to do so. So, this is what I get: Produce a sloppy meal, hide its
ingredients from its customers and then get loyal customers? People have come up to be such a brainless zombies, bunch of followers, mindless
sheeples, thats so mind boggling to see.
Also, I would like to post a suggestion to people that may have been having problems watching videos here, specially after installing
anti-spyware/anti-malware applications on their computers (at least that's what happened to me),
I installed an application called "HostsMan" which is really an auto updater for the MVPS hosts block list meant to block all websites created by
hackers and websites that hosts roguewares, ransomwares applications, viruses, etc As a consequence, the ad server that ATS uses in part with their
videos was being blocked, leading only to a black square in every section where the videos suppose to show up and buffer. Since ATS doesnt have a FAQ
section for smart PC users like me telling me WHAT ad server to grand exclusion access so that I can be able to see my videos again, I was almost for
6 months without being able to watch videos here after making that change on my part. Today, after taking my time to examine the source code (html
file) for one of the videos hosted here, was I able to discover what is the ad server that I had to grand exclusion privileges, and that ad server is:
gorillanation.com So, if any of you installs, or is contemplating on installing HostsMan on your computer for that extra protection against malicious
hackers on the internet, on HostsMan click on Hosts, then click on Exclusion List, then add the following entry:
the (*.) part means that it will allow any requests made by you, or your web browser, to that website (the ad server), after adding this one entry, I
was, once again, able to see videos here, and was able to finally see this series.
edit on 22-10-2010 by FNetV1 because: Correcting a misspelling
edit on 22-10-2010 by FNetV1 because: To correct another
misspelling and grammar error.